Unfortunately the 'East Ender Festival' has nothing to do with Grant Mitchell but is in fact a home-coming celebration for all of East London’s residents and musical/artistic talents after the long (totally existent) summer.
Over three days this weekend, the festival will be bringing down some of the best emerging acts like Hyperdub's Cooly G, Doc Daneeka, Citizen and B Bravo, to play alongside some massive names - from JJ Doom, Drums of Death, to Greg Wilson for East London’s official summer closing party. Plus outdoor stages from RSS - Recession Sound System with Funktion One.
Held at Village Underground and the ever-glamorous Holywell Car Park, the festival’s open air art gallery will also be filled with work from local artists, from outdoor exhibitions to live street art in its first year.
Ahead of their highly-anticipated sets this weekend, we get two exclusive new mixes from East London's ARP 101 known for his Eglo ventures and Civil Music's Darling Farah.